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Sea-level change

Variation in the relative vertical position of land and ocean waters. Caused globally by changes in the distribution of ice masses and the shape of the oceans, and locally by the rate of uplift or subsidence of the land surface. Includes both global (eustatic) and local (relative) sea-level variations.
This category is also used for sea-level rise.
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PRISM 8°x10° Northern Hemisphere Paleoclimate Reconstruction: Digital Data

The PRISM 8°x10° data set represents several years ofinvestigation by PRISM (Pliocene Research, Interpretation, andSynoptic Mapping) Project members. One of the goals of PRISMis to produce time-slice reconstructions of intervals ofwarmer than modern cl